The launches showcase Arabsat’s commitment to reaching diverse audiences across the globe.
Arab Satellite Communications Organization (Arabsat), the leading satellite services provider in the Arab world, has launched Kuwaiti Channel-1 and Al-Qurain channel in the Americas.
The channels were introduced to the North American continent via HD broadcasting on the Galaxy 19 satellite, located at orbital position 97 West, utilizing a frequency of 12146 MHz with vertical polarization. In South America, Arabsat initiated the channels through the Hispasat-6 satellite, positioned at orbital location 30 West, employing HD broadcasting on the frequency 12132 MHz with horizontal polarization.
Commenting on the launches, Eng. Alhamedi Alanezi, President and CEO of Arabsat, said: “Arabsat’s latest launches demonstrate our dedication to global service. The launches have reinforced our role as a driving force of innovation, leveraging technology to drive the future of broadcasting solutions.” The launches will expand Arabsat’s reach across the Americas, complementing its current service offering of 650 TV channels, 245 radio channels and a range of HD channels delivered across the Middle East, Africa, and Europe. Arabsat’s fleet includes eight satellites strategically positioned across five orbital slots.